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English FA Cup 2010/11 Third Round Draw

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English FA Cup 2010/11 Third Round Draw

The English Premier League clubs have entered the FA Cup via the competition’s third round draw.

Defending cup holders Chelsea FC will open their title defense against Championship outfit Ipswich Town while Manchester United and Liverpool clash in the heavyweight battle of the round.

Recently promoted Championship club Leeds United will play Premiership opposition when they meet Premier League title challengers Arsenal in another match of interest in the round. Finally, Manchester City will meet former manager Sven-Göran Eriksson’s Leicester City.

All FA Cup third round games will take place during the weekend of January 8th and 9th, 2011.

English FA Cup 2010/11 Third Round Draw
1 Burnley v Port Vale
2 Coventry City v Crystal Palace
3 Bristol City v Sheffield Wednesday
4 Fulham v Peterborough United
5 Doncaster Rovers v Wolverhampton Wanderers
6 Brighton & Hove Albion or FC United of Manchester v Portsmouth
7 Huddersfield Town v Dover Athletic
8 Crawley Town or Swindon Town v Derby County
9 West Ham United v Barnsley
10 Reading v West Bromwich Albion
11 Arsenal v Leeds United
12 Sheffield United v Aston Villa
13 Leicester City v Manchester City
14 Bolton Wanderers v York City
15 Blackburn Rovers v Queens Park Rangers
16 Swansea City v Colchester United
17 Wycombe Wanderers v Hereford United or Lincoln City
18 Stevenage v Newcastle United
19 Burton Albion v Middlesbrough
20 Millwall v Birmingham City
21 Southampton v Blackpool
22 Watford v Hartlepool United or Yeovil Town
23 Chelsea v Ipswich Town
24 Sunderland v Notts County or AFC Bournemouth
25 Scunthorpe United v Everton
26 Manchester United v Liverpool
27 Hull City v Wigan Athletic
28 Stoke City v Cardiff City
29 Tottenham Hotspur v Charlton Athletic or Luton Town
30 Preston North End v Nottingham Forest
31 Norwich City v Droylsden or Leyton Orient
32 Torquay United v Carlisle United

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